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Chameleon Circuit is a band that plays music about Doctor Who, a genre which is called "Trock" (Time Lord Rock). Alex Day, one member of the band, was said to have created this genre, though other bands have played songs about Doctor Who before them. They originated on the video-sharing site YouTube, where all band members actively post videos and have used it as their main form of promotion for their songs. They have released two albums so far.
Chameleon Circuit is composed of five members currently: Alex Day (vocals, guitar, bass); Charlie McDonnell (vocals, guitar, keyboards, melidoca, ukulele); Liam Dryden (vocals, keyboard, bass); Ed Blann (vocals, guitar); and Michael Aranda (backing vocals, guitar, mixing). Chris Beattie (vocals, guitar, ukulele) is a former band member. Michael Aranda is the only American member of the band. All others are British, Liam Dryden being the only coming from Scotland.
Chameleon Circuit Edit
- "An Awful Lot of Running" - About an encounter with the Doctor and travelling with him
- "Gallifreyan History 101" - About the history of Gallifrey
- "Count the Shadows" - Based on the episodes Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead
- "Shipwrecked" - Based on the episodes Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel
- "Type 40" - About the technical side of the TARDIS
- "Blink" - Based on the episode Blink
- "Exterminate, Regenerate" - About the never ending war against The Doctor, the Daleks and Davros
- "K9's Lament" - About a slightly morbid version of K9's view of the Doctor's travels
- "Journey's End" - Based on the episode Journey's End
- "Friends of the Ood" - About the Ood
Still Got Legs Edit
This album was released June 2011.
- "The Subwave Signal"
- "Regenerate Me" - About the Doctor and the Dalek's legacy against one another
- "Nightmares" - About the Doctor facing all his enemies that have grouped together to bring him down
- "Travelling Man" - About the Doctor
- "Everything is Ending" - About the scene in Amy Pond's bedroom in the episode Flesh and Stone
- "Mr Pond" - About the relationship between Amy, Rory, and the Doctor
- "Kiss the Girl" - Based on the episode The Lodger
- "Knock Four Times" - Reference to many episodes in the fourth series of Doctor Who
- "Teenage Rebel" - About the Doctor's past
- "Big Bang Two" - Based on the episodes The Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang
- "Eleven" - A rearrangement of the orchestral version of "I Am the Doctor" originally composed by Murray Gold
- "The Sound of Drums" - Based on the episodes Utopia, The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords
- "Silence and the End of All Things" - Based on the episode The Big Bang
- "The Doctor is Dying" - Based on the episodes The End of Time Part 1 and 2
- "Still Not Ginger" - References the Tenth Doctor's, as well as the Eleventh Doctor's, regeneration